The ocean is at once changing, repetitive, and stable. We see it contuinaully form and re-form before our eyes through the constant crash of waves onto the beach. By leaving the shutter open for a few seconds, I reveal transience of the sea, and by compositing together several photographs into one, I hint at the fact that our perception of a scene is fragmentary, while offering a glimpse into the seemingly random, undulating and inter-connected structures of the surf. Deviating from what is normally considered a sharp image allows me to explore meanings and to show my experience and feelings of the ocean. My photographs combine our sense of past, present, and future in a single image.
The ocean calls to me. These photographs are my response.